Alumnus Photographer, Author McNally to Visit Newhouse April 22
McNally has worked in 60 countries shooting stories and covers for many of the major magazines of the world. He has worked as a contract photographer for Sports Illustrated and a staff photographer at Life magazine, and has been an ongoing contributor to National Geographic for 25 years.
McNally shot “The Future of Flying,” the first all-digital coverage in the history of National Geographic, which was later acquired for preservation by the Library of Congress. In the immediate aftermath of 9/11, he created “The Faces of Ground Zero” using the world’s only life-sized Polaroid camera. As a traveling exhibition and a book, the project helped raise approximately $2 million for 9/11 relief efforts.
McNally has penned several bestselling photo books, photographed the noteworthy, won many photo honors and prizes and writes a blog about being a shooter.
He is a graduate of the Newhouse School and was inducted into the Newhouse Professional Gallery last fall.
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